Key Takeaways A person who has been wrongly arrested is entitled to a pitiful compensation of INR 100 under Section 358 of the CrPC (1973). In its 277th Report (2018), the Law Commission stated that "the current remedies simply generate an ex-gr ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The refusal to register, investigate or report cognizable offences is an offence punishable under section 166 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. According to Clause (3) of Section 154 of the Criminal Procedure Code, a person has t ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Article 131 of the Indian Constitution deals with the right to life and personal liberty It was first introduced in 1950 and was amended in 1976, 1985 and 1997. The article has been instrumental in providing legal protection against dis ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Maintenance is an obligation of the spouse in case of matrimonial failure. Maintenance obligation exists not only during a marriage but also after its termination. The offences which amount to domestic violence under the Code are any on ..
KEY TAKE AWAYSIt is a law that states how health professionals must register with the government and adhere to a code of conduct.According to Article 47 of the Constitution, the State has a duty to improve public health, and it should be one of its t ..
KEY TAKE AWAYS Administrative law refers to the many systems of procedures, guidelines, and legal frameworks that regulate how government agencies carry out legislative mandates and oversee programme administration. The first tribunal in India, the I ..
KEY TAKE AWAYS Charge refers to the safety for securing the debt, by way of pledge, hypothecation and mortgage. Actionable Claim may be a claim or a debt that one can take an action. In other words, there exists a claim (debt during this case) and on ..
KEY TAKE AWAYS A sexual relationship between a married spouse and another who he/she is not legally married to is known as an extramarital affair also called as adulteration. Section 497 IPC and Section198 CrPC had delt with the criminalisation of ex ..
KEY TAKE AWAYS ‘Charge’ refers to any head of charge when the charge contains more than one head. The court or the appeals court may either alter or increase the charge provided the sole condition is either that the accused has not faced ..
KEY TAKE AWAYS The CPC regulates the processes and procedures that should be followed in courts during civil cases. In a case the person in whose favour the judgement is held is known as the ‘Decree-holder’ while the opposite person is th ..